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Tagged with: College Board

An open letter to the City College Board of Trustees

You don't need to fire 50 teachers. There are other options that could help save the school.

A rousing kickoff for a plan to tax landlords who keep units vacant

More than 150 rally to put an empty-homes tax on the SF ballot.

City College Board votes to lay off at least 50 full-time faculty

Trustees say the financial situation is so dire that deep cuts are needed, but the union strongly disagrees.

City College teachers urge trustees to reject layoffs

Union says the school can keep its faculty and still end the year with healthy reserves and a surplus.

Big, big millionaire money is almost entirely funding the Boudin recall

New filings also show where the influence lies in the state Assembly campaigns.

Reforming the recall—and the mayor’s power to appoint elected officials

Plus: What's going on with Mental Health SF, and is CPMC helping with the public-health crisis in the Tenderloin?

City College makes a move to save Cantonese classes

By classifying program as transferable to UC, school can get additional state money.

Campos has lead over Haney, but race is very close, new poll shows

The race for SF’s open state Assembly seat is very close, but former Sup. David Campos has a narrow led over Sup. Matt Haney,...

Racist attacks on Campos begin, setting stage for ugly Assembly campaign

A so-far secretive group has commissioned a 'push poll' seeking to discredit the only gay Latino in the race.

Labor, housing activists tell supes: Trickle-down policy is a failure

Hearing on jobs-housing mix makes clear that market-based solutions haven't worked and the city needs a new approach.